Scientists predict living to 100 and beyond will soon be the norm. But now, for this group, living each day better is what keeps them going. Living longer is just the bonus.
3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has more on a new report calling for a more aggressive effort to fight the problem.
Doctors are calling it a significant breakthrough in the battle against breast cancer.
Today’s excessive heat can take a toll on your health. With Philadelphia under a heat advisory, the city’s health department is warning everyone to be smart in this weather, and certain people need to take more precautions.
Pain relief without medication, but stings? 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has more on the unusual treatment and how it could be expanding.
3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has more on how one local hospital is testing to see if the medication can save lives.
Monday morning, CBS3 Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl gives viewers an exclusive first TV look at ‘Your Brain’ — a new exhibition at The Franklin Institute.
Millions of families struggle with mental health issues. Doctors say they often feel ashamed or embarrassed. Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has more on an event today aimed at fighting the stigma.
The screenings take place Saturday, May 31st at the Liacouras Center on North Broad Street.
More restrictions for indoor tanning. The Food and Drug Administration today announced new warnings that will have to be on tanning beds.
Diet drinks verses water, which is best for weight loss? New research says diet drinks aren’t as bad as some might think.
Just in time for the summer season a new and improved procedure that is said to melt fat, no surgery and no downtime.
3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has one Delaware families heartbreaking battle.
What if we told you, you could get rid of your reading glasses… no surgery required! Well, there’s something new that promises to do just that. But does it really work? Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl takes a look.
Researchers in Philadelphia are developing a potential vaccine for the deadly MERS virus, and the technology could eventually lead to a better flu vaccine.